Greater northern freetail bat
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Chaerephon jobensis C. jobensis is the only representative of the genus in Australia. It has large ears that are joined across the top of the head.

East-coast freetail bat
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Mormopterus norfolkensis This species is confined in distribution to the east coast of Australia from southern Queensland down to southern New South Wales.

Northern freetail bat
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Mormopterus lumsdenae This thick, robust and muscular bat is the largest species of Mormopterus (based on weight) in Australia.

Eastern freetail bat
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Mormopterus ridei The Eastern freetail bat has a rich brown fur on its back with slightly paler belly fur.

Inland freetail bat
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Mormopterus petersi This species has a flat head and body and is ranges in size from 45-56mm long (nose to tail).

White-striped freetail bat
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Austronomus australis The white-striped free-tail bat was once thought to belong to the world-wide genus Tadarida. It is now the only species of Austronomus and is restricted to Australia.